What's simply a matter of putting things 'out of the way' attracts me for its simplicity. But I can think of two things to do before that.
Another two are within reach, but not necessarily what can be done at one sitting. These, then, need to lead the rest, for it's what we find we must get up from, half way, that turns a frown upside-down.
After we've taken to maintaining dog boxes, we know that a creature is at least as good as any other focus, to get ourselves out of looking at the sky in despair. That's something you'll either know about or not. If you think 'they' have more liberty than you, you are in part right.
An odd amphibious creature comes to mind in terms of how programming has affected the 'culture,' which culture has been an enemy, for it puts rules ahead of belief that when a person says, 'that is correct,' he fucking means it.
Keeping myself focused on what I have not used that last quoted phrase on, which we think aught to go along with a first release, but it's not up to us to play God, I need to make a call about an insertion index.
And I also need to deal with a pair of buttons that look this way and that, from that.
But I try to only say, 'that is not correct,' to myself.